Http process ended

jeroen48

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Hi guys,

In the morning i wake up my server was down... The process HTTPD was failed and can' t start anymore..

I already tried restarting the process and restarting my server... Doesn' t help..

The error i get in DA is:

/usr/local/etc/rc.d/httpd stop 2>&1

Tried reading the error_log but logfile turned over... I tried connecting to SSH and then read the log but can' t read it...

Someone has any idea how i can solve this ?

I' ve only did one thing yesterday:

Upgraded the ports....


zip-2.3_2 < needs updating (port has 2.32)
wget-1.10.2 < needs updating (port has 1.10.2_1)
unzip-5.52_2 < needs updating (port has 5.52_3)
png-1.2.8_2 < needs updating (port has 1.2.18)
perl-5.8.7_2 < needs updating (port has 5.8.8)
p5-Net-XWhois-0.90_2 < needs updating (port has 0.90_4)
nano-1.2.5 < needs updating (port has 2.0.6)
m4-1.4.4 < needs updating (port has 1.4.9)
libiconv-1.9.2_1 < needs updating (port has 1.9.2_2)
jpeg-6b_3 < needs updating (port has 6b_4)
gmake-3.80_2 < needs updating (port has 3.81_2)
gettext-0.14.5 < needs updating (port has 0.16.1_3)
gd-2.0.33_4,1 < needs updating (port has 2.0.34_1,1)
freetype2-2.1.10_2 < needs updating (port has 2.2.1_2)
ezm3-1.2 < needs updating (port has 1.2_1)
cvsup-without-gui-16.1h_2 < needs updating (port has 16.1h_3)
bison-1.75_2,1 = up-to-date with port
awstats-6.4_1 < needs updating (port has 6.6_1,1)

Hope you guys can help me ?

Greetings,

Jeroen
 

rohit

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Mar 20, 2007
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Melbourne
what abt trying reinstalling Apache. I guess you might have already done this? Any luck finding any solution to this? I think few of the packages that you have upgraded are needed by Apache eg. freetype, png etc etc
 

Rich-Boy

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Jan 24, 2006
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What do you mean you cant read the error_log? Thats the only way you're gona figure out whats wrong.
What does 'ps aux | grep apache' return?...If nothing then try to start http yourself from the shell; /usr/local/etc/rc.d/httpd start
This way any errors should be reported straight to you via the shell
 
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